The Resource Worldviews, science and us : bridging knowledge and its implications for our perspectives of the world : proceedings of the Workshop on Times of Entanglement Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, 21-22 September 2010, editors, Diederik Aerts ... [et al.], (electronic resource)

Worldviews, science and us : bridging knowledge and its implications for our perspectives of the world : proceedings of the Workshop on Times of Entanglement Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, 21-22 September 2010, editors, Diederik Aerts ... [et al.], (electronic resource)

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Worldviews, science and us : bridging knowledge and its implications for our perspectives of the world : proceedings of the Workshop on Times of Entanglement Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, 21-22 September 2010
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Worldviews, science and us
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bridging knowledge and its implications for our perspectives of the world : proceedings of the Workshop on Times of Entanglement Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, 21-22 September 2010
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editors, Diederik Aerts ... [et al.]
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The present volume is part of the 'Worldviews, Science and Us' series of proceedings. It contains selected contributions on the subject of bridging knowledge and its implications for our perspectives of the world. This volume also represents the proceedings of the interdisciplinary stream of the international workshop (Part 1) Times of Entanglement, 21-22 September 2010 at the Minsheng Art Museum in Shanghai, People's Republic of China in the context of the Shanghai World Expo 2010 and, related cutting-edge investigations in the quantum paradigm from discussion panels organized by the Leo Apos
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Worldviews, science and us : bridging knowledge and its implications for our perspectives of the world : proceedings of the Workshop on Times of Entanglement Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, 21-22 September 2010, editors, Diederik Aerts ... [et al.], (electronic resource)
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  • CONTENTS; Interdisciplinarity and Bridging Knowledge Diederik Aerts, Jan Broekaert, Bart D'Hooghe and Nicole Note; What About Interdisciplinarity Within Philosophy? Robrecht Vanderbeeken; 1. Introduction; 2. Two Traditions: the Janus of Contemporary Philosophy; 2.1. Denotation: Nomen Est Omen; 2.2. Hermeneutics: Mechanisms of Metaphysics; 3. Interdisciplinarity: Less is More?; 3.1. Why Unificationists are Barking Up the Wrong Tree; 3.1.1. (No) Vacation from history?; 3.1.2. Pseudoscience vs. Pseudophilosophy?; 3.2. Conclusion: Some Truths Only Come with a Split Tongue; Acknowledgments
  • ReferencesHistory and Philosophy of Science: From Peaceful Coexistence to Golden Age of Interdisciplinarity? Steffen Ducheyne; 1. Introduction; 2. Why the Philosophy of Science Cannot Abstract from the History of Science; 3. Some Suggestions on the Interaction between Philosophy of Science and History of Science; 3.1. How Philosophy of Science Must Learn from History of Science; 3.2. How History of Science Might Benefit from Philosophy of Science; 4. In Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Can an Understanding of How Culture Evolves Awaken a Sense of Meaning in Life? Liane Gabora
  • 1. Biologically-derived Sources of Meaning in Life2. Does Culture Evolve?; 3. Acquired Characteristics; 4. Non-Darwinian Evolution?; 4.1. Evolution of the Earliest Lifeforms; 5. What is the Analog of the Protocell in Culture?; 6. Worldviews Do Not Evolve through Competitive Exclusion; 7. A Childless Life is Not a Barren Life; 8. Experiments and Applications; 9. Conclusion: Every Act Counts; Acknowledgments; References; An Interdisciplinary Focus on the Concept of Causation: What Philosophy Can Learn from Psychology Leen De Vreese
  • 1. Introduction: Do we Need to Live in a Metaphysical Ivory Tower?2. Peter White's Psychological Theory on the Origins and Development of Causal Processing; 2.1. The Origin of Causal Processing in Automatic Iconic Processing; 2.2. Four Basic Causal Cues; 2.3. Further Development of Causal Processing on the Basis of the Basic Cues; 2.4. Generative Relations; 2.5. Naive Theories of Causation; 2.6. From Implicit to Explicit Causal Processing; 2.7. Summary; 3. What Can Philosophy on Causation Learn from All This?; 3.1. Conceptual Pluralism; 3.2. Core Causal Conception
  • 3.3. Analysis of `What Causation Is in the World'3.4. Epistemological Pluralism; 3.5. Causation as a Secondary Quality; 3.6. Causation in Science: Weak Causal Realism; 4. Conclusion: the Advantages of Leaving the Tower; Acknowledgments; References; Refocusing Undecidability: Questioning the Use of the Notion of Formal Undecidability in Other Domains Liesbeth De Mol; 1. Introduction; 2. Theoretical Work: Computer Science and Mathematical Logic; 3. ""Undecidability Everywhere?""; 3.1. Non-Recursive Phenomena; 3.2. The Land of Tor'bled-nam
  • 4. Randomness, Computational Irreducibility and Complexity: the Wolfram-Chaitin Dichotomy
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Worldviews, science and us : bridging knowledge and its implications for our perspectives of the world : proceedings of the Workshop on Times of Entanglement Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, 21-22 September 2010, editors, Diederik Aerts ... [et al.], (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
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  • cr
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Contents
  • CONTENTS; Interdisciplinarity and Bridging Knowledge Diederik Aerts, Jan Broekaert, Bart D'Hooghe and Nicole Note; What About Interdisciplinarity Within Philosophy? Robrecht Vanderbeeken; 1. Introduction; 2. Two Traditions: the Janus of Contemporary Philosophy; 2.1. Denotation: Nomen Est Omen; 2.2. Hermeneutics: Mechanisms of Metaphysics; 3. Interdisciplinarity: Less is More?; 3.1. Why Unificationists are Barking Up the Wrong Tree; 3.1.1. (No) Vacation from history?; 3.1.2. Pseudoscience vs. Pseudophilosophy?; 3.2. Conclusion: Some Truths Only Come with a Split Tongue; Acknowledgments
  • ReferencesHistory and Philosophy of Science: From Peaceful Coexistence to Golden Age of Interdisciplinarity? Steffen Ducheyne; 1. Introduction; 2. Why the Philosophy of Science Cannot Abstract from the History of Science; 3. Some Suggestions on the Interaction between Philosophy of Science and History of Science; 3.1. How Philosophy of Science Must Learn from History of Science; 3.2. How History of Science Might Benefit from Philosophy of Science; 4. In Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Can an Understanding of How Culture Evolves Awaken a Sense of Meaning in Life? Liane Gabora
  • 1. Biologically-derived Sources of Meaning in Life2. Does Culture Evolve?; 3. Acquired Characteristics; 4. Non-Darwinian Evolution?; 4.1. Evolution of the Earliest Lifeforms; 5. What is the Analog of the Protocell in Culture?; 6. Worldviews Do Not Evolve through Competitive Exclusion; 7. A Childless Life is Not a Barren Life; 8. Experiments and Applications; 9. Conclusion: Every Act Counts; Acknowledgments; References; An Interdisciplinary Focus on the Concept of Causation: What Philosophy Can Learn from Psychology Leen De Vreese
  • 1. Introduction: Do we Need to Live in a Metaphysical Ivory Tower?2. Peter White's Psychological Theory on the Origins and Development of Causal Processing; 2.1. The Origin of Causal Processing in Automatic Iconic Processing; 2.2. Four Basic Causal Cues; 2.3. Further Development of Causal Processing on the Basis of the Basic Cues; 2.4. Generative Relations; 2.5. Naive Theories of Causation; 2.6. From Implicit to Explicit Causal Processing; 2.7. Summary; 3. What Can Philosophy on Causation Learn from All This?; 3.1. Conceptual Pluralism; 3.2. Core Causal Conception
  • 3.3. Analysis of `What Causation Is in the World'3.4. Epistemological Pluralism; 3.5. Causation as a Secondary Quality; 3.6. Causation in Science: Weak Causal Realism; 4. Conclusion: the Advantages of Leaving the Tower; Acknowledgments; References; Refocusing Undecidability: Questioning the Use of the Notion of Formal Undecidability in Other Domains Liesbeth De Mol; 1. Introduction; 2. Theoretical Work: Computer Science and Mathematical Logic; 3. ""Undecidability Everywhere?""; 3.1. Non-Recursive Phenomena; 3.2. The Land of Tor'bled-nam
  • 4. Randomness, Computational Irreducibility and Complexity: the Wolfram-Chaitin Dichotomy
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1 online resource (366 p.)
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online
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9781280669859
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computer
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  • c
Specific material designation
remote
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  • (CKB)2550000000101767
  • (EBL)919052
  • (OCoLC)794328355
  • (SSID)ssj0000659648
  • (PQKBManifestationID)12270550
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000659648
  • (PQKBWorkID)10697983
  • (PQKB)11168358
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